Auxiliary fires back at critics of PMS activities in Oyo State, frowns at indisciplines.

Auxiliary fires the critics of PMS activities in Oyo State

By Ajao Musa Bolaji

The Chairman Disciplinary Committee of Park Management System (PMS), Alhaji Mukaila Lamidi (Auxiliary) had fired back those criticizing the activities of PMS in oyo state that, “they are those who never want peace in the state”.

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When speaking with his media aides in his office at New Garge, Auxillary acknowledgedt that a lot of criticisms have been going around PMS following an interview with the Commissioner of Works and Transport Professor Raphael Afonja on Fresh FM over “the increased money collected by the PMS members and other activities.”

“On the issue of money collected by the buses traveling interstate , let us be aware that, many of it are owned by individuals who charged considerable fares and paid the statutory dues to the government coffers.” Auxiliary emphasised.

He further explained that : “On the issue of Micra Cars, they are to collect N200 ticket and pay for Park Maintenance Fees, same as tricycle and Okada with N100 ticket.”

He however stated that many steps have been taken to curb those PMS members or anyone that wants to sabotage their efforts, pointing out that three (3) of PMS members were dismissed for an indiscipline acts   

Auxiliary further stressed that his team had embarked on a tour to different zones outside Ibadan like, Eruwa, Iseyin, Ogbomoso, Lanlate, Ibarapa, and other places across the state in order to orientate and advise them to make peace, be disciplined and committed to their jobs.

In his concluding remarks, Alhaji Lamidi  advised everyone to join hands with the government and PMS members to make peace in the state and, if there is any complaint, it should be reported at the PMS office, New Garage, Podo, Ibadan, and necessary steps would be taken to address it.


By Ajao Musa Bolaji

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